At Alert Level 3: Step 2 you can travel throughout Auckland for exercise and recreation outdoors. Our early childhood centres are open for enrolled children only.
Some customer-facing facilities like service centres and community centres are now open. Essential services continue.
Use the NZ COVID Tracer app, wear a face covering, maintain a 2m physical distance, wash your hands, and stay home if you are sick. For information about council services and closures, see the COVID-19 section
Learn more about Auckland Council's response to COVID-19. See OurAuckland
Our parks and beaches are open. You can use playgrounds, fitness equipment, basketball courts, skate parks, pump tracks, and tennis courts. Splash pads at Potters Park, Myers Park and Waterview Reserve are open.
Toilets and outdoor showers are open.
Wash or sanitise your hands before and after using these facilities.
Other local tennis clubs may also have open courts. Check their websites for details before visiting.
Barbecues in regional parks are closed. Drinking fountains remain closed.
Outdoor gathering with other people are limited to a maximum of 25 people. You are encouraged to maintain a 2m physical distance from others and wear a face covering.
Your dog is part of your bubble. Keep your dog on leash when exercising so you can maintain physical distance in line with government recommendations. Find out
where you can walk your dog and the rules you need to know.
Do not visit a park if you are unwell.
NZ COVID Tracer app to scan or check in manually. Follow the latest government guidelines on
wearing a face covering.
Sport New Zealand for the latest sport and recreation advice at different alert levels.
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Keith Hay Park - the playground with climbing equipment and swings is suitable for young children.
Keith Hay Park - seating is along the paths throughout the park.
Keith Hay Park - a shared path cycleway runs through the park.
Keith Hay Park - seating on the edge of the southern sports fields.
Keith Hay Park - Three Kings United Footbal Club sits at the northern end of the park.
Keith Hay Park - accessible toilets with a tūī mural on the side.
Keith Hay Park - the Arundel Street car park has safe pedestrian accessways.
Keith Hay Park - an overbridge provides connection to Three Kings and the Roskill Schools Campus.
Keith Hay Park - looped paths are perfect for a casual stroll or jogging.
Keith Hay Park - the paths around the park connect many parts of the community.
Book a camping spot, bach or lodge.
Book a space for a wedding, gathering event or activity.
is a recommended dog exercise place.
This area is a dedicated dog exercise area.
See the Auckland region dog access rules that cover other public areas.
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